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Download Debut EP From Sleepy Age

Download Debut EP From Sleepy Age

Monday 27th September, 2010 12:32PM

Christchurch three-piece Sleepy Age released their debut self-titled EP last week and announced a nationwide tour in celebration.

Sleepy Age came about when founder Josh Burgess returned to NZ after touring with Bang!Bang!Eche! where he wrote music on his lap top to pass time in planes/vans/bedrooms. Now realised as a full band, you can listen and/or download the result below and pick it up on 7" from their upcoming shows:

Friday 8th Oct, Media Club - Christchurch (all ages)
Friday 8th Oct, Goodbye Blue Monday - Christchurch w/ Tim Moore (R18)
Friday 15th Oct, Happy - Wellington w/ No Aloha
Friday 29th Oct, Whammy - Auckland w God Bows to Math and Roy Irwin
Saturday 30th Oct, Factory - Palmerston North

<a href="">Self Titled EP by Sleepy Age</a>

Press Release:

Sleepy Age is a 3 piece band from Christchurch New Zealand. Founded by Josh Burgess (ex Bang Bang Eche) who wrote music on his lap top to pass time in planes/vans/bedrooms. On returning to New Zealand Burgess transformed garage band demo’s into indie pop tunes with a full band, Sleepy Age was awoken. Sleepy Age entered and won 2009’s RDU Round Up competition at the tender age of 5 weeks old.

Since this time Sleepy Age have been up and down New Zealand numerous times playing with great local and international bands including The Cribs (UK), Grant Hart (Husker Du) So So Modern, Street Chant as well as playing at Sounday 2010 and Chartfest 2010 along side with Die! Die! Die!, The Verlaine’s and The Handsome Family (US).

October see’s Sleepy Age finally release an EP. Digitally for free on their band camp and also physically on 7inch Vinyl available on their EP release tour in the same month. The EP it’s self echo’s the bands musical influences that range from Die! Die! Die! to Randy Newman. Each song is different and I mean that. It might be a good thing it might be and awful thing. You tell me.


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